Whether you are a team looking for a curler and/or coach to join your team or a curler looking to join a team, or a member club looking to fill a vacancy, this is the place to look. Clubs and curlers are also encouraged to post buy/sell equipment and/or supplies here. The following is posted on behalf of teams, curlers and member clubs; Curling Alberta has no direct affiliation with any of the listings.

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General Manager- Granite Curling Club

The Granite Curling Club is accepting applications for the position of General Manager.

The GM is accountable directly to the Granite Curling Club Board of Directors and receives direction from the board.

Date of Description:
Position Description to be reviewed annually.

Position Summary:
The GM is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Granite Curling Club. A year-round position, the GM ensures that the club provides all services required by its curling and other clientele including, but not limited to:
• Supporting Granite and rental league ice requirements
• Providing food and beverage services
• Maintaining and increasing the client base during both the on-and-off-season

Key Responsibilities:
• Maintain the physical plant, and all its components e.g. Kitchen, lounge, outside property, etc, by ensuring that all necessary maintenance work is completed. The GM is directly responsible for the preparation and maintenance of the ice area including staffing for that purpose.
• Ensure that high levels of service are provided to all curlers and other clients utilizing the Granite Curling Club in all aspects of the business e.g. lounge, food services, pro-shop, through securing competent and appropriate levels of staff.
• Manage the day-to-day, and long term financial aspects of the club i.e. the accounting cycle, e.g. accounts payable and receivable, bank reconciliation’s, curling fee collection, financial accounting of activities, etc.
• Recommend to the Board of Directors any required improvements or amendments to the Granite Curling Club’s operations that would contribute to its success.
• Promote and increase the profile of the club and facility through active and ongoing marketing efforts directed at both on-and off-season uses i.e. develop new markets for the facility.
• Ensure written procedures are developed for managing aspects of the club’s operations.
• Any other duties as determined from time to time by the Granite Curling Club Board of Directors

Qualifications:

Formal Education: Business Degree and/or Hospitality Degree/Diploma or related experience. Accounting degree/diploma considered an asset. At minimum – 2 years bookkeeping experience. Must be proficient on Social media (web, Facebook, Twitter), Microsoft Suite of products – specifically Excel and Word, Internet, Email, and Quickbooks.

Experience: Management responsibilities related to staffing and budgeting. Experience also preferred in managing employees.

Special Requirements: Flexible and able to work various and late hours, strong commitment to customer service, able to prioritize and identify and solve problems.

Looking for 2-3 sets of Full Sized Composite Junior Rocks

The Glencoe Club is looking to purchase 2-3 full sets of full sized composite junior curling rocks. If you have used sets available please contact Paul Webster at curling@glencoe.org.

Looking For Skip – Calgary Curling Club Thursday Open League

The Kehler team at the Calgary Curling Club, Thursday Open needs a skip. We have currently been in the A Divison and are a fun playing team. Please contact John Kehler at Jhkehler@telusplanet.net for more details.

Competitions Coordinator, Curling Alberta

Job Purpose:
– To assist Curling Alberta to achieve its goal to build a robust and accessible competitive structure that will provide relevant opportunities for players of all abilities and ages.
– To ensure all aspects of Curling Alberta sanctioned events are executed with excellence.
– To act as a liaison to assist communication and cooperation between Curling Alberta and its member clubs.

Job Focus:
1. Bid Support & Event Schedule
2. Event Coordination
3. Database Management & Reporting

Read the entire job posting here.

Ice Technician/Caretaker

ISO: Ice Technician/Caretaker
The Slave Lake Curling Association (SLCA) is currently seeking a head Ice Technician for the 2021-22 season.
This position will start on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 and will end on March 31, 2022. There is the possibility to start up to two weeks earlier to aid with the ice install.

Responsibilities (not limited to):
• Coordinate and provide leadership in the daily operation of ice making, maintenance and improvement of ice operations.
• All on-ice operations – ice maintenance, monitoring, water quality sealing, flooding, pebbling, painting, scraping, temperature control, frost heaving, curling stones, brine, refrigeration, humidity, energy conservation & safety.
• Maintain ice shed level locker rooms, bathrooms, and common area.
• Attend all SLCA board meetings during the curling season.

Skill and Attributes (asset, not required):
• Ice Technician Certification, Previous ice technician experience
• Self-motivated and works well with minimal direction
• Ability to work with flexible hours depending on the task at hand

If the successful applicant does not have a Level 1 Ice Technician Certificate then the SLCA will require the applicant to attend a Level 1 Ice Technician course run by Curling Alberta. This will be done at the SLCA’s cost.

There are other OPTIONAL responsibilities with this position. Wage will be negotiated based on these duties as well. They include:
• Bar manager.
• Maintenance of upstairs bathrooms and common area.
• Seek and apply for grants on behalf of the SLCA.

Salary: Competitive wage based on experience

Any questions or inquiries can contact Donna Arseneau @ 780-805-9158. Resumes and cover letters can be emailed to curlslavelakeclub@gmail.com

Ice Technician (Part time; Seasonal)

DATE OF POSTING: August 24, 2021
APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 7, 2021
START DATE: September 15, 2021
END DATE: Mid-April 2022
SALARY: Hourly, commensurate with experience

The North Hill Curling Club is accepting applications for an Ice Technician for the upcoming 2021-22 season. The North Hill Curling Club is a six-sheet curling facility close to downtown Calgary. We are an active club that is committed to providing a rewarding curling experience for curlers of all levels.

We will begin ice installation on August 24, with the goal to be ready to go on September 8th.The ice is scheduled to come out mid-April, 2022.

Reporting to the Head Ice Technician, the Ice Technician, while on duty, will ensure that the ice operations run efficiently, safely and to the standard that the membership has become accustomed. They will need to establish and maintain a positive working relationship with members, volunteers, all staff and visitors to the facility.

Anticipated work weeks are 25-30 hours during evenings and weekends, or as otherwise needed
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DUTIES INCLUDE, but are not limited to:
● Assist in daily ice maintenance duties and operations.
● Minor custodial duties during shifts.
● Cleaning of and ensuring proper storage of curling rental equipment.

SKILLS & ATTRIBUTES:
● Team player; service oriented.
● Self-motivated.
● Previous experience is an asset, however we are willing to train the successful candidate.

Please submit resumes and cover letters, in confidence, to curl@nhcc.ca.
While we appreciate and thank all applicants, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Curling Administrative Assistant

North Hill Curling Club has an opening for a part-time Curling Administrative Assistant. It is expected to be 30-35 hours per week and will require a very flexible schedule.

The Administrative Assistant will perform a wide range of duties including the following:

Provide administrative support to the club, members and guests
• Book practice ice, interact with club members and guests
• Answer phone and email inquiry
• Maintain and review the ice booking schedule with the General Manager.
• Maintain member database in order to keep it up to date.

Manage rentals, events and functions

• Communicate with prospective clients that are interested in renting the curling rink and/or lounge
• Manager logistics involved in renting the curling rink and/or lounge
• Arrange for instructors for rental groups and Learn to Curl events

Manage Social Media

• Maintain club Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts
• Maintain the Club website

This position requires an outgoing, organized, team player with a positive attitude. You will need to be able to relate to clients of all ages.

Qualifications & Education:

Working knowledge of Excel and Word are required
Knowledge of Word Press and Mail Chimp a definite asset
Curling Experience & Office Experience a definite asset but not required

This position requires an outgoing, organized, team player with a positive attitude. You will need to be able to relate to clients of all ages.

North Hill Curling Club is a very friendly, active club 6 sheet curling club located north of downtown Calgary in the community of Crescent Heights. During the curling season we are open 7 days a week.

Please submit your resume to the club by email, mail or drop off at the office. If you have any questions please call the number below.
Todd Bolianatz, General Manager
North Hill Curling Club
1201- 2 Street N.W.
Calgary Alberta T2M 2V7
(403) 277-3158
curl@nhcc.ca
www.nhcc.ca

Thank you for your interest; only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Searching for 2 U15 Girls – for a Competitive Team

We are looking for girls to join our team, ideally with 2 years of U15 play left. This is not a deal breaker for us if the fit with the girls is right.

Open to player of any position. Coach to determine final line up based on the teams skills.

The current girls have played for 4+ years, want to play in the EYCA, and compete in 6-8 events a season.

We curl out of Crestwood and often practice in Spruce Grove.

U21 Women’s Team Looking For A Coach

Team Wessel is looking for a coach for the 2021/2022 curling season. We are a brand new team this year but have all been curling competitively for the last few years. We are based out of the Edmonton area. If interested please contact Presley Cuthbertson.

Curling Ice Technician

Inglewood Golf and Curling Club is looking for a Curling Ice Technician for the 2021/2022 season for its 6 sheet curling facility.

The responsibilities of the Curling Ice Technician will be, but not limited to the following:
• Assist in the installation/removal and maintenance of the curling ice and facility
• Maintain personal and public safety around the workplace
• Snow removal on road, in parking lot and around buildings
• Assist on the golf course when needed
• Ensure that facility and equipment are secure at the end of each work day

Qualifications:
• Level 1 and/or 2 Curling Ice Technician Certification (not required, but considered an asset)
• Ability to work at a fast pace on ice surfaces
• Ability to lift 50 pounds
• Highly motivated and a self-starter
• Have a keen eye for detail
• Understanding of curling rules and etiquette (not required, but considered an asset)
• Works well in a team environment
• Bondable

The Ice Technician will report to the Head Ice Technician as well as the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents. The curling season begins mid-September and runs until the end of March and requires working early mornings, evenings and weekends. Year round employment is possible for the right candidate.

Inglewood is looking for someone interested in developing a career in the curling industry. Ideally, advancement to the Head Ice Technician position would occur in 2 – 3 years.

Golfing and curling privileges are extended to employees of Inglewood.

Start Date:
Installation starts mid-September, but can be negotiated.

How to Apply:
Please send your resume and cover letter to m.blair@inglewoodgolfclub.ca. We thank you for your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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